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www.firstfoodie.com Friday 03 Aug 2018 What are you eating this weekend?
Volume 9 Issue 18
 
   
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Meet The Chef
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Chef Gaurav Gidwani
Bar Stock Exchange

Chef Gaurav Gidwani is the Director, Food and Beverage, of Corum Hospitality. That’s the company that gave us The Bar Stock Exchange. Chef Gaurav was in Bangalore for over a month and loves the fact that Bangaloreans are open to experimenting with new flavours and cuisines. That still makes him want to stay authentic and veer away from fusion. In conversation with Explocity.

Where did you grow up?

Aamchi Mumbai.

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Food Fetish
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Jerome Manuel


Jerome Manuel the jack of all things loves it. And as he dabbles in everything from theatre to marketing, he also takes the liberty to visit some of the most popular restaurants around town. In conversation with First Foodie.

Are you a foodie?

Yes, of course.

What’s your favourite food of all time?

Beef Tenderloin Steak

What’s your cuisine of choice in general?

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The New Menu At Schezwan Court
That old classic, Peking Duck, was served in three different ways -- rolls, broth with vegetables and stir-fried. The outside of the bird was crispy and the inside was juicy. The ingredients that go into this cuisine are sourced from abroad, in the interest of keeping the taste authentic.

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Apparently the faux rock-face waterfall — that’s doing the feng shui across from the restaurant’s corridor — was one inspiration for Chef David Wang to create the new menu at Schezwan Court. The Oberoi’s beautiful Chinese restaurant.

Wang is from Beijing and recently moved to Bangalore. Having spent 10 years in India, he’s no stranger to our spicy ways and this is maybe why his newly crafted menu includes flavours and seasoning that might be alien to restaurants in China. The again, “authentic cuisine” does not exactly fetch a premium among Indians who are unrelenting when it

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15 Cooking Hacks From Professional Chefs
From simple dishes like frying fish to more complicated things like a pie dough dessert, these hacks will get you closer to being the home chef you fancy yourself to be.

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If you are the sorts that can’t even fry an egg but have to depend on cooking your meals, these 15 cooking hacks from professional chefs will make your life much easier.

From simple dishes like frying fish to more complicated things like a pie dough dessert, these hacks will get you closer to being the home chef you fancy yourself to be. Something simple like mashed potatoes. The ones you order in the restaurant are so creamy. Add some cream is the logical explanation. But you try it at home and it comes out all lumpy. One of the chefs

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Friendship Day Brunch For Friendships Old And New
Remember when you two met on the school playground and ate off of each others lunch boxes? The brunch has a school lunch box themed menu to remind you of those days.

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Sheraton Grand Bangalore is tapping into the nostalgia of childhood this Friendship Day. A Friendship Day brunch with friends old and new is a great way to solidify relationships. The hotel adds to this by taking you back in time. Remember when you two met on the school playground and ate off of each others lunch boxes? The brunch has a school lunch box themed menu to remind you of those days.

The brunch at Feast has Indian and Continental dishes. Chow Mein, Sugared Parathas, and Frankies are some dishes on the menu. Indian sweets make up most of

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Literary Bite
“I think baking cookies is equal to Queen Victoria running an empire. There’s no difference in how seriously you take the job, how seriously you approach your whole life.” – Martha Stewart
~ Martha Stewart
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Asam Pedas
The common human tendency is to reduce all things to something familiar. Bringing a commonality with one’s own culture. But when we get the chance...more
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Chef Kasi’s Kebab And Beer Festival At Tijouri

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Kebabs from the popular regions of Lucknow, Hyderabad, Amritsar and Rajasthan come together at Tijouri, Radisson Blu Atria for the Great Indian Kebab and Beer Festival. Chef Kasi has curated this menu to showcase the food of the Nizams and Maharajas. The kebabs in various cuts of meats and vegetables are marinated in spice rubs and grinds from the regions of their origin. Starting from 5 August, 2018, the prices on the menu start from Rs 800. At Tijouri, Radisson Blu Atria.
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Another Single Malt And Kebab Pairing. But Why At The Taj?

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On the premise that Indian food and whisky pair well, the Masala Klub at Taj West End sports a single malt and kebab pairing till 20 August, 2018. The a la carte menu is curated by Chef Sandip Narang. No kebab menu can go without the Lucknowi Galawti Kebab. This menu has  more innovative dishes like a Tandoori Nalli Lamb Shanks, Sarson Ke Phool, Malai Soya Chaap, Sowa Lehsun Jheenga, Peshawari Tangdi Kebab, Chilgoza Palak Paneer Tikka, Dahi Aur Mawa Ki Nazakat and more. The highlight on the menu is the Atta Chicken which is a whole chicken marinated
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Chettinad Food In Bangalore At Shangri La

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To taste Chef Prabhakaran’s Chettinad food in Bangalore, Shangri La has a food festival at their all day dining cafe, b Cafe. The 13 day festival features the spices and flavours of the Chettiars. Chef Prabhakaran made a three day trip to the Chettinad region to make sure the South Indian flavours from the region are captured in his menu. The spices are packed into the menu with dishes like Chettinad Chicken, Vazhsipoo Meen Kushambu, Kuzhi Paniyaram and Idiyappam. This Chettinad food festival is on till 15 August, 2018. The lunch is priced at Rs 1250 plus
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